La Guerra Civil Espa Ola La Espa A Nacional Y La Republicana Una Comparaci N Cr Tica

Author: Karoline Gruber
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 364036130X
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Seminar paper del ano 2008 en eltema Romanistica - Espanol, literatura, cultura general, Nota: 1,3, Freie Universitat Berlin, Idioma: Espanol, Resumen: En el periodo entre 1874 y 1939, Espana se encontraba en un proceso de modernizacion. Sin embargo, el desarrollo socioeconomico no se extendio a todas partes del pais, sino que habia grandes diferencias regionales entre las zonas agrarias e industriales. Estas oposiciones aumentaron de tal manera que, a principios del siglo XX, surgio el termino de las dos Espanas. [...] El trabajo presente expondra ciertas diferencias y similtudes entre las dos zonas, la republicana y la nacional, en que se dividio el territorio espanol despues del levantamiento militar. Primero, seran presentados el levantamiento militar y sus consecuencias respecto a la division inicial del territorio. Luego, sera descrita la situacion industrial, economica y militar al principio de la guerra. Ademas, el trabajo entrara en la organizacion, la represion y la intervencion internacional en los dos campos. Despues, sera presentada la evolucion politica de las dos zonas."

The Spanish Civil War

Author: Burnett Bolloten
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807819067
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A detailed account of the war describes Republican political life during the period and recounts the rise of the Spanish Communist Party

Vanguardia Y Humorismo Gr Fico En Crisis

Author: Jorge L. Catalá-Carrasco
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1855663023
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The book studies the relation between the avant-garde and graphic humour in two critical historical periods: the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and the early years of the Cuban Revolution (1959-1961). It focuses on the so-called war magazines in Spain on the Republican side (No Veas, Trincheras, and LEsquella de la Torratxa,among others) and the Francoist side (Vértice and La Ametralladora). In the part devoted to Cuba, the analysis covers the newspaper Revolución and the avant-garde humour magazine El Pitirre, which ran simultaneously to the cultural supplement Lunes de Revolución and shared the same fate when Lunes and El Pitirre were closed down in 1961. The book unveils the trajectory of the avant-garde graphic humour in both periods, when the political commitment progressively overshadowed the development of the aesthetic avant-garde. The special socio-political conjuncture posed ideological and aesthetic-conceptual challenges to graphic artists, establishing contact areas and influences between Spain and Cuba.

The Spanish Civil War

Author: Burnett Bolloten
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469624478
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This monumental book offers a comprehensive history and analysis of Republican political life during the Spanish Civil War. Completed by Burnett Bolloten just before his death in 1987 and first published in English in 1991, The Spanish Civil War is the culmination of fifty years of dedicated and painstaking research and is the most exhaustive study on the subject in any language. It has been regarded as the authoritative political history of the war and an indispensable encyclopedic guide to Republican affairs during the Spanish conflict. This new edition includes a new introduction by Spanish Civil War scholar George Esenwein, an updated bibliography featuring books on the Spanish Civil War published since 1987, and seventy-three photos of the war's participants.

Barcelona And Modernity

Author: William H. Robinson
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300121067
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During the years after the September Revolution of 1868, Barcelona experienced huge industrial growth and emerged as the most politically and culturally progressive city in Spain. This book examines this period, when Barcelona also reigned as one of the most dynamic centres of modernist art and architecture in Europe.

Republic Of Egos

Author: Michael Seidman
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299178635
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Most histories of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) have examined major leaders or well-established political and social groups to explore class, gender, and ideological struggles. The war in Spain was marked by momentous conflicts between democracy and dictatorship, Communism and fascism, anarchism and authoritarianism, and Catholicism and anticlericalism that still provoke our fascination. In Republic of Egos, Michael Seidman focuses instead on the personal and individual experiences of the common men and women who were actors in a struggle that defined a generation and helped to shape our world. By examining the roles of anonymous individuals, families, and small groups who fought for their own interests and survival—and not necessarily for an abstract or revolutionary cause—Seidman reveals a powerful but rarely considered pressure on the outcome of history. He shows how price controls and inflation in the Republican zone encouraged peasant hoarding, black marketing, and unrest among urban workers. Soldiers of the Republican Army responded to material shortages by looting, deserting, and fraternizing with the enemy. Seidman’s focus on average, seemingly nonpolitical individuals provides a new vision of both the experience and outcome of the war.

Geography Of Spain

Author: Francisco J. Tapiador
Publisher: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030189074
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This site features geographical statistics, maps, flags and pictures of Spain. In English.